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Mange in Dogs December 10th, 2019

Mange in Dogs

Dogs, like humans, get occasional itching on their skin. Depending on the season, the environment in which they live, and what they’ve come in contact with, their itching might even flare up a bit more during certain periods of time. Itching only becomes a problem when it’s chronic or intense, which usually indicates there’s an underlying  Read More…

Diabetes in Dogs December 5th, 2019

Diabetes in Dogs

Each breed of dog has particular illnesses that they may be predisposed to more than other breeds. Some dogs, such as Samoyed, Poodle and Miniature Schnauzer are just a few of the breeds that appear to have diabetes to be one of their medical predispositions. While some instances of diabetes appear due to genetic tendencies,  Read More…

Rimadyl for Dogs December 2nd, 2019

Rimadyl for Dogs

When our pets are in pain, we as dog owners want to make sure it is addressed quickly and properly so as not to prolong their discomfort. Whether they are recovering from surgery, have a chronic medical issue, are getting older or just have a general illness we want to make sure they are as  Read More…

Hookworms in Dogs November 30th, 2019

Hookworms in Dogs

Any type of parasite that affects your dog is at the least uncomfortable for them and in the worst-case scenario threatens their well being. These parasites are also highly unpleasant for you as an owner who will have to take part in treating them. Unlike tapeworms which tend to have generally benign effects on your  Read More…

Famotidine for Dogs November 26th, 2019

Famotidine for Dogs

There are numerous medications that were originally developed for human use that can be effectively given to dogs and other pets. This is the case with famotidine. Famotidine is a histamine-2 receptor antagonist (called an H-2 blocker, for short, and sold under the brand name Pepcid). It is used to reduce inflammation in the stomach and  Read More…